Financial Markets

Whether you’re from an Investment Bank, Private Equity Fund, Central Bank, Brokerage, Asset Management Company, Commercial Bank, Private Bank or Insurance Company, we show you how and where business risks are most concentrated and highlight investment opportunities waiting to be taken in developed, emerging and frontier markets.

The Service


We monitor key developments across 200 global markets and 24 industry verticals to provide trusted, independent analysis and forecasts and use this global awareness to produce a continual, reflexive analysis of how it all fits together.

Daily Views

Actionable analysis across 185 global markets. Keep up-to-date with emerging trends, risks and opportunities affecting your organisation. From competitive intelligence to market strategy outlooks, M&A activity to regulatory developments, all analysis is available via the platform or as customisable daily email alerts.

Reports & Strategic Content

In-depth reports on 96 global markets. We combine macroeconomic forecasts with industry specific analysis to produce quarterly reports covering economic and political outlooks, 5 and 10-year industry forecasts, regulatory regimes, competitive landscapes and industry trends.

Data & Forecasting

Compare and export data for 185 global markets. You can quickly and easily access 1.24m+ lines of data, with 5 or 10-year forecasts across developed, emerging and frontier markets. Our proprietary databases provide further opportunities to help you identify growth and manage risk and cover key projects across Mining, Oil & Gas, Power, Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare, Infrastructure and Telecommunications.

Analyst Access

Direct access to our Country Risk and Industry analysts. Discuss key views and forecasts with the experts behind the analysis and gain insight on the key issues affecting your organisation.

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Unique Benefits


Total Analysis.

The key to Total Analysis is our awareness of the interdependence between politics, economics and financial markets; between top-down, global, macro analysis and bottom-up, country-specific micro analysis. Understanding this reflexivity, whilst having the breadth and depth of knowledge to apply it, is what allows us to forecast with accuracy and confidence.

Track record.

Total Analysis has helped us anticipate most major macro and market events over the past decade, including the 2008 sub-prime crisis and resultant global recession, China's economic slowdown, Greece's debt restructuring and subsequent Eurozone crisis and Brazil's 2012 currency sell-off. It has also facilitated rapid co-ordination of country and industry-level strategies in the wake of unforeseen global events, including the Japanese Tsunami (2011), Arab Spring (2011-2013) and Russia's annexation of Crimea (2014).

We cover 195 global markets, specialising in frontier and emerging markets

Who buys and why?


Asset Managers, Hedge Fund Managers and Private Equity Fund Managers utilise our independent forecasts and analysis as part of their investment management and asset allocation processes whilst leveraging our in-house proprietary data and rankings for modelling purposes.

Insurance Brokers and Underwriters leverage our Country, Political and Industry Risk analysis in understanding the key issues affecting their exposure.

Investment Banks and Commercial Banks use our sector and macro expertise as part of their capital raising and multiple advisory (structuring, origination, trade finance, M&A) activities.

Economists and Senior Analysts use our long-term strategic forecasts on macroeconomic, political and regulatory developments to help understand global markets.

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